Class of 1985
Varsity Letters: 10
Soccer 3, Ice Hockey 4, Baseball 3
Captain, Ice Hockey 1984, 1985
Captain, Soccer, 1984
Cape Cod Times All-Cape & Islands, Ice Hockey, '83-'85SMC All-Star, Ice Hockey, '83-'85
Leading Scorer, Ice Hockey,
Cape Cod and SMC, 1985 • 50 pts
Cotuit Athletic Association Most Valuable Player Award, 1985
Previous Record-Holder, All-Time BHS Leading Scorer 139pts
Chosen for Hockey Night in Boston, 1985
Cape Cod News Ice Hockey Player of the Year, 1985
Cape Cod Times All-Cape & Islands, Soccer, '82-'84
SMC All-Star, Soccer, '82-'84Most Valuable Player & Leading Scorer, Soccer, 1984
SMC All-Star Game MVP, 1985
Cape Cod News Soccer Player of the Year, 1985
Cape Cod Times All-Cape & Islands, Baseball, '84-'85
SMC All-Star, Baseball, 1984
Inducted Into the Barnstable High School Athletic Hall of Fame, 2011
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Mike Boden remains one of the best all-around athletes to ever " lace ‘em up" for the Red Raiders. When he graduated from Barnstable in 1985, Mike had an amazing 10 varsity letters in soccer, hockey and baseball, captaining all three teams in his senior year. More than that, he had left his mark in the record books as one of the most prolific scorers in Red Raider history.
Mike played four years of varsity hockey under Hall of Fame Coach Peter Melchhiono, and was named a co-captain in both his junior and senior seasons. Upon finishing his senior year, Mike was the all-time leading scorer in Red Raider hockey history. He was named to the Cape & Islands and SMC-1 all-star teams in each of his sophomore, junior and senior seasons and he led the Cape & Islands and the SMC-1 in scoring during his senior season when he was named the Cape Cod News player of the year.
Mike also earned three letters playing varsity soccer, and was a captain of the team during his senior year when he was the leading scorer and team MVP. Mike was named to the Cape & Islands and SMC-1 all -star teams in each of his junior and senior seasons, also being named player of the year by the Cape Cod News.
Mike was no less gifted on the baseball diamond as he garnered three varsity letters starting at the hot corner for the Red & White.